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About The news=record. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1907-1910 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1910)
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ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS OF v WALLOWA
COUNTY IN THE N-R
ALL THE NEWS WHILE
11 IS NEWS TWICE
A WEEK NEW8 RECORD
TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 18.
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Cent a word single Insertion, 1
cents a word 2 insertions. Special
rates by month and year.
Horses, Vacons and - Harness for
.sale. Inquire of Falconer Bros., En
terprise, Oregon. 119r4
household furniture, including a
Fischer plomo. ' Also rood,' fresh
milch cow with calf. John"- W.
Kerns. ' . - 17r2
160 acres, on Prairie Creek, 150 acre
good plow land, 100 uuder ditch, 3
miles east Enterprise. Peter Olsen,
owner, Enterprise. Ib4
Nice assortment of millinery flowers ,
and foliage at W. J. Funic & Go's.
, CANDIDATES ATTENTION I
Nominating , petitions for county
and district candidates before the
primary September 24, for sale at
this office. Nicely bound. Complete
sets only f 1 at office op by mall.
Noticfe to Contractors. -
Sealed bids will be received for
the erection of a one-story, two-room
addition to . the school building of
School District No. 21, at Enterprise,
Oregon. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the office of W. A.
Kigdon, architect, or Geo. M. Gaily,
district clerk. Bids must be lri of
fice of clerk by 3 p.- m. of July 5,
1910.. Right reserved to reject any
or all bids. .
By order School Board.
16r3 GEO. M. GAILY, Clerk.
. . Enterprise, Oregon.
Bids for Wood.
Sealed Bid will be rece'ved . un
til 3 p. m. of July 6, 1910, for 150
ricks of wood to be delivered at the
public school building la Enter
prise, Oregon, during the fall, of
1910. 1 ' . .
By order of School Board.
16r3 . . GEO. M. GAILY, Clerk.
"t Enterprise, Oregon. ;
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Contrcator J.' E. Patterson finished
the Prairie Creek Irrigation ditch and
turned it over to the farmer own
ers, Monday. ,
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YESTERDAY 1 P.
Practically Whole Clip
of County Stored
ON THE GROUND
Highest Bid at Joseph Was
16 l-4c Nine Houses 1
Represented The ;
Two First Sales
The wool sale began' in Enterprise
at 1 o'clock Friday, and the sampl
ing and examination: of the product
occupied several hours. There were
twelve buyers present, on the floe
of the warehouse, representing nine
The first sale was made at 2:30
when Longfellow & Arnold accepted
a bid of J5 cents- for 70,175 pounds.
The wool was bought by S. F. Frank
enstlen of Hecht, Libman & Co. .
The second sale was made by J.
H. Dobbin .who accepted the bid' of
16 5-8 cents per pound, the highest
price offered so far at either Joseph
or Enterprise. The bidi was on 155,
143 pounds, andi was made by. C. W.
Ryder of Crimmlms & Pierce.
The top price offered In Joseph
Friday morning was 16 cents per
pound. This offer was made for the
C. L; Hartshorn clip,' and it to un
derstood that no sale has yet been ,
consummated there; Up 'to about 2
I o'clock Friday afternoon the sale tn
the Enterprise warehouse was con
fined to examinations of the various!
clips to storage.
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Prices, $1.50 to $3.00
W. J. FUNK &
Clip of County Herd
Practically the whole clip of the
county . isi in tha warehouse here.
Joseph hast'- something like 250,000
pounds In storage. Here there' are
nearly 1,000,000 pounds on the floor
for sale, representing fortyone dif
ferent clips, or different wool grow
ers. ' This Is iight, a3 was anticipat
The special car bearing the wool
buyers, or the "bosses" represent-,
ing the houses, was brought ia
Thursday evening and sidetracked
here. The buyers went on to Joseph, '
returning to Enterprise Friday at
TWO WEDDINGS HERE
WITHIN THE WEEK'.
Two quiet weldings "were observ
ed la Enterprise Wednesday and
Thursday of this" week. "The young
people, Harry D. Miller and Miss
Effle Straley, both of Joseph, were
quietly marrLad by W. P. Samms,
Wednesday evening. The ceremony
was a private one. -.,
The second wedding was observed
Thursday morning,, when the ' Rev.
C. E, Trueblood united In marriage
Luther A. Pinkley of Prairie Creek
and Miss Ida Young of this city,
or near here on Trout Creek. Those
who attended the second wedding
weTe the mother of the brlda and
Mtssi Aria Younig, a sister, and Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Young, aud a young
er brother, Master Curtis Young.
The newly married people willl live
on Prairie Creek where the groom
owris a splendid ranch.
SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET .
AT JOSEPH A SUCCESS
'A number of Enterprise persons
attended the Sunday school conven
tion .at Joseph Wednesday evening,
returning home the same night or
the following, morning. A. J. Boeh-
every corset virtue the highest achievement in the
UILCSLCr V,UrSCUS WHICH UJJJJCilia UJ JUUl llliv-l. l.cj.o.vij
mer attended with practically his
whole class from the Presbyterian
church here. Mrs. W.' W. White,
Mts. E. J. Forsythe, Mrs. T. M. Dill,
Mrs. A. F. Poley, Mrs. Saunders, and
the Revs. W. H. Gibson, and Samuel
Harris were among those who attend
oil from here.
Rev. Phipps was one of the attrac
tions on. the program, and spoke In
Enterprise Friday nlghL. He. was
well received here as. well as in Jo
seph during the convention.
HURRAH, FOR AUTO TRIPS
' TO AND FROM LAKE.
Those wishing to go to the lake
for .the Fourth should purchase .their
tickets at once of Rodgers Bros., at
the garage. Tickets including a
launch ride across the lake are on
sale. Machine leaves Enterprise
hotel corner every hour.
G. I. Ratcliff is closing out his
entire stock- of musical instruments,
consisting of organs, violins, guItaTS,
banjos, accordtans, etc., at cost.
Executive Board In Session. Settles
Upon, Premium List. Court-
ty Must Uni(e.
The executive committee of the
Fair association met last Tuesday
night In the office of A. C. Miller,
and settled upon the premium list for
the coming Wallowa county fair.
The list will be printed and sent
forth In due time. In comparison
with the list3 of other fairs, that
decided upon, by theboard at this
meeting holds first rank, and the
premiums are much higher than
those offered by older and more
widely advertised county fairs.
In Interview with an Enterprise
business man it was properly stated
that It "Is Important to keep before
the residents of "the county the fact
that this is a Wallowa county move
ment, in which every resident has an
Interest at stake." That l . the
spirit that will make the fair a suc-
Mi m ' a
cess from .th start. Every farmer
or rancher in the county can so ad'
vertise the county agriculturally and
otherwise, by placing his produce
in exhibition, that rapid settlement
iud Increased' value of farm lands
Mil be a most logical climax. Thus
lie success, of the Wallowa, county
air while depending In a wide meaa
re upon the farmer, will ultimately
leneflt the farmer perhaps more
han any other resident. And it
vught to benefit him. He Is the
man by whose toll we all have bread
and meat, wool and clothing, . fuel
anJl comfort. Moreover, It Is plain
that the farming portion of the
county Is awake to the importance
of holding the greatest fair In . our
history, this fall.
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JUNE REAL ESTATE
The real estate transfers for the
month of June were as follows:
H. E. Barton et'al to W. L. Hewitt,
warranty deed, add. to Joseph.
Peter Bandon and wife to Roy
Powell, assignment of bond (or deed.
NV6 sec. 25, tp. 2 s., range 45.
Teresa Eievans et al to Frank
Todd, warranty deed, NWV4, NW
sec. 11, 3 b, 46.
W. Boner to James Erlkson, s,
sw, sec. 1, 3 s., 44.
Daniel Boyd and wife to Prlcilla
Logan, warranty deed, lot 6, blk. 2,
Alder View add to Enterprise.
A. Brtdweil to Iva Brldwell, war
ranty deed, se ne, sec 21. 3 s 46.
(To be continued.)
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